How you can Help a young child Feel relaxed When Greeting People

 

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Teach your child to shake hands. Even kindergarteners can greet someone by shaking hands. Do some role-playing to help your child practice shaking hands and have him greet you with a confident handshake.

Teach your child to face someone with his belly button and toes pointed toward that person when greeting that person. Tell her to stand. Read on for a few ideas to help you navigate those tricky social situations and promote social-emotional development. Fostering Social Skills. Defuse an awkward moment.

A child who refuses to say hello, give a hug, or shake hands is feeling a real need that should be validated and respected. Never force your child to give someone a hug. You can help. By using Montessori techniques for teaching grace and courtesy, you can help your child learn and more comfortably use appropriate greetings. Here are some techniques you can use at home: Teach your child how to address each relative.

It’s important that your child knows how you want each adult relative to be addressed. While you can’t make friends for your child, you can help your child practice friendship skills. Practice these skills using role play and modeling to help your child feel at ease with peers: Greetings; Sliding in and out of groups; Conversation starters; Listening and responding; Asking follow up questions/making follow up statements; Seek professional help. Help your child learn simple social scripts through role play.

For instance, greeting people with eye contact, a clear voice, and a friendly smile gets the friendship ball rolling. Help your child verbalize the size of their worry and give you an accurate picture of how it feels to them. They can represent their worry by using arm length (hands close together or arms stretched wide apart) or by drawing three circles on a paper (small, medium and large) and choosing the one that applies.

Together you can create a plan to make your child feel more at ease. Stay in close contact with the teacher during the school year, so you can work with her to address any problems. As you have been able to gather information about your child´s worries, you will now be able to help your child reflect on those worries: Ask your child for evidence that supports those beliefs. What makes you feel people will make fun of you if you if you don´t know the answer?

Help them identify how anxiety is tricking them into thinking so. The first step in putting others at ease is to be gracious and kind to everyone. Learn basic manners and use them in all situations, whether you are at a formal get-together or hanging out with friends.

Condolences messages for loss are given to people who are dear to you who have lost someone they love. Even if it’s difficult to express how you feel, and even if you’re not sure your words can even make them feel better, you just do it in the most compassionate way you know how. A loved one’s death is always a very painful experience.

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• Provide nonverbal communication by way of comforting the child with a touch on the shoulder or arm or a hug (according to acceptable • custom and culture).

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For example, a pat on the back or shoulder, shaking hand or verbal praise in the presence of parent for which the child will be happy.

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Teach them to interact more appropriately by introducing exercises where they are asked to greet others by looking them straight in the eye, smiling, and returning the salutation.

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Consequently, the best approach for the stranger (including the nurse) is to talk softly; meet the child at eye level (to appear smaller); maintain a safe distance from the infant; and avoid sudden, intrusive gestures, such as holding the arms out and smiling broadly.

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The best approach for the stranger (who may be the nurse) is to talk softly; meet the child at eye level (to appear smaller); maintain a safe distance from the infant; and avoid sudden, intrusive gestures, such as holding the arms out and smiling broadly.

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The best approach for the stranger (including nurses) is to talk softly; meet the child at eye level (to appear smaller); maintain a safe distance from the infant; and avoid sudden, intrusive gestures, such as holding the arms out and smiling broadly.

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For example, we hold a child in our arms when meeting a new person; we sit near the child when he or she ventures to play with an unfamiliar peer; we prepare them for and offer reassurance in new settings (‘Let’s go visit the preschool room and see what they do in there—they have an awesome slide’).

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As with the greetings, encourage your child to smile and make eye contact while asking or responding, if this fits your cultural practices.

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They can convey their understanding by presenting a calm and friendly face (smiling, looking at the child and making eye contact), offering a warm introduction, touching the patient in a reassuring manner (holding a child’s or parent’s hand), and being completely honest.

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To teach your child to look and wave during greetings, begin by developing a very clear routine with your child for “hi” and “bye.”

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  • Always yes to the Beatles:) Great video. Love the explanation of the variety of ways to say “hi” to help kids learn exactly what a greeting means. One day, perhaps you can add a video about respecting personal space. Such a challenging concept to teach, especially when a small friend is social and affectionate. Thank you!! Always super videos!!